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sugar land is ordered to testify about the stage collapse that killed several people as the indiana -- at the indiana state fair in august. that's an order from an indiana judge. several families of the victims have filed a lawsuit against the ban. they say sugar land was negligent in the incident. seven people died when the stage collapse and more than 40 others were injured. the scaffolding fell just as sugar land was to take stage. >> getting married is one of the biggest days of persons life. now imagine sharing the day with 2000 other couples. this massive ceremony was held in south korea. couples from 54 countries came out to participate in more than 20,000 church followers came to watch. church leaders say their goal is to make the world more peaceful by bringing so many people together at one time. >> i have a friend who got married in a ceremony like that. >> very nice. >> now they have a baby. >> that's an international couple. >> helping cancer patients at one wedding dress at a time. >> a very special bridal show taking place downtown. part of the sales go to a good caus
missouri, southern illinois, southern indiana and ohio. so that whole south-midwest build. and then up in north dakota we see every chunk. now, we are seeing the decline in central illinois and write up along route 26 near south dakota where we had all the blood, we saw declining corn acres there so i don't know what it takes couple years to do the couple crops but that's where we saw decline. but overall, it will be the largest acreage since 1944 in corn. and in beans, we are seeing the make or is the second highest ever and acres on the came in at 74 and the house. >> okay. is that kind of what you are thinking quick. >> i would say just to hear what bill has to say on that report but i think we've been looking around the 95 and the 70 76 on these, media touch higher. i think being fought their way back in this market since the first of february, and we were ready to discount them up until the first of february but they really let the market higher. >> the survey was taken a few weeks ago so there could be some response time there. >> well and that was before the weather turned to s
're watching parts of the country today. there were areas of kentucky and indiana devastated a few weeks ago. and one catching the attention of someone across the country. henryville, indiana, she was protecting her children from the march twister when she was crushed by debris. doctors had to amputate her legs. and they were staying there and people are helping for the home. >> we were all ready to come out and help this morning. >> and bless them. some volunteers, including members of a high school baseball team, coached by stephanie's husband and stephanie's home gets revamped, we're learning the national weather service is having its own upgrade, a new type of radar that provides more accurate tornado forecasts and this hopefully will help save more lives. elizabeth in our atlanta wur bureau, with those storms there had been reports of people not hearing the sirens. >> and forecasters say it's an extra tool, and it will be at 161 sites across the nation, dual polarization. before the forecasters had to predict the storms looking at radar screens and predict the swift wind movements. and
can win indiana, that you can win ohio. that you can win pennsylvania and north carolina and wisconsin and those are the states that we do and are doing very well in. >> let me ask you quickly then about wisconsin. do you have to win wisconsin to change the momentum in this race? >> we just did, laid on a pretty good one in louisiana. it's a primary state not a caucus. not one you can say it's just a few people voting. it was a primary state. it was a broad turnout down there. we're going to come here to wisconsin. we're trailing in the most recent polls right now. we're being outspent about 60 to 1 here in wisconsin. but you know what? the reaction i got yesterday in traveling around and in bellview and up here in green bay was a great outpouring of support. you know what? yet, i don't know if you saw this but actually it was bowling yesterday with a bunch of folks at a tournament. he threw three strikes in a row. that's a turkey. that tells you that you've got someone here that can relate to the voters in wisconsin just like those of us in western pennsylvania who grew up in the bowl
to new york to tennessee to indiana. we have our folks go across the country all the time. our service member affairs brings back a wealth of information and insight on the problems military veterans are facing. we have skip humphrey heading our older americans. he's out now canvasing the country to understand special problems with that population. and a generation like myself that is taking care of and looking after elderly parents. so i think that as we work, we have a mission. it is a mission set by congress. we want support and partnership with all elected and appointed officials and other agencies to do our work, and that will make us more successful. >> we have time for maybe one more question here. do you want to take it? >> just to get back to the oversight question a little bit, and the question of possible legal action, is that impeding the agency at all, the thought that the first aggressive action you take, rule making or enforcement action, is likely to end up in court, challenged, because of the recent appointment? are you prepared for that contingency? is that holding yo
that's damning. senator scott brown, thank you very much. >>> indiana showdown. the polls are closed in that state. did rick santorum close the deal? >> everybody knows full well my passion about defeating barack obama. >>> enough is enough! >> the killing of trayvon martin. >> no more! >> outrage intensifies across the country. the latest, a call for vigilante justice. >> we want justice! >>> science and justice. a new law offering new hope for crime victims. >> this is truly amazing. science doesn't lie. >> all that and more, right here, right now on cnn. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. i would like to welcome our viewers from around the world tonight. we're starting with breaking political news. the republican race for the white house. cnn projects rick santorum has won the louisiana presidential primary, giving the former pennsylvania senator another victory in the south. our tom forman is in washington. joe johns is in new orleans. crystal wright is in d.c. and monitoring rick santorum in green bay, wisconsin, to see if he speaks live in
to be romney is the inevitable nominee. but the potential of arkansas, kentucky, indiana, north carolina, and above all, texas, crowded with the kind of voters who resisted romney all the way through, he may kind of stumble over the finish line. >> this is going to be a fascinating race. it has been from the very beginning. very unpredictable. ron, thank you so much. always good to see you from washington. >> thank you, fred. >>> former vice president dick cheney gets a new heart. but how much of a new lease on life is it. in the next hour of the newsroom i'll talk to the cardiologist about why cheney is considered a good candidate. we always hear about jobs leaving america. here's a chance to create jobs in america. oil sands projects, like kearl, and the keystone pipeline will provide secure and reliable energy to the united states. over the coming years, projects like these could create more than half a million jobs in the us alone. from the canadian border, through the mid west, to the gulf coast. benefiting hundreds of thousands of families throughout the country. this is just what
of these pictures, look at this, really dark clouds. on the other side of the lake in indiana, looking across to chicago -- obviously -- >> dan, let her speak. >> pretty sunset. i just got the okay in my ear. >> keep it going guys. >>> moving on, we know her to be regal, conservative and above all always one to follow protocol. so it's fair to say that the queen of england would be the last person to crash a wedding. >> but, they did just that. they stunned a bride and groom by dropping in on their big day. abc's nick schifrin all over this story. ♪ >> reporter: her majesty the crasher. frances and john canning had no idea that their wedding would be graced by royalty. that's them in the receiving line. instead of greeting relatives, they bowed to the two royal guests. >> she was no nice. >> reporter: they wrote a letter to the queen inviting her to the wedding. which was being held in the same location as a royal event. she said no, but secretly planned on going after all. she and the duke showed up to wish them all. >> it was nice. >> reporter: special enough for the queen. >>. >> collins
. basically, we are saying maybe it is time for somebody new to step in and represent indiana. host: any concern that dick lugar could win -- lose the primary guest: : there is very little -- was the primary? guest: there is very little concern. there is a long record of voting for the stimulus and obamacare. these are a lot of things that indiana voters like. host: let us look it this graphic. the republicans are in the minority with 47 seats. the republicans have 51. derick two independent -- there are two independents. in ohio, brown is facing a reelection battle. in virginia, there is the fight and then claire mccaskill. guest: judge mandel -- josh mandel is also funning. he is -- running. he is a fiscal conservative. brown is to the left of almost all the democrats in the senate. this provides a stark contrast between -- on policy. thus, ohio is a -- plus, ohio is an important state. the turnout will be high. with obama and the gop nominee at the top of the ballot, this will be very serious race. in virginia, you have got george allen, who is the likely gop nominee, who is going to
it has got a lot of the moderate republicans, someone like senator lugar from indiana, another person especially in the area of foreign affairs with a long history of working in a bipartisan way. sp1 obama's old friend. >> guest: even orrin hatch from utah, nobody's moderate, just like robert bennett, terrified of the tea party challenge. >> host: about-face. >> guest: i think tom coburn who is not a moderate, definitely a conservative, very fiscally conservative who was in the class of '94 in the house and then became a senator from oklahoma. tom coburn was in the gang of six, and i think i have always found him a republican. i have always found him to be very honest, very straightforward. he worked in the gang of six. i think he has a good relationship with barack obama. i think he respects and. i think he has always tried to be honest and work on the deficit. he cares a lot about deficit reduction. he is not running for reelection next time though. he was announcing that he is not right for reelection. >> host: some of it comes from the sense that he was retiring. >> guest: that's
of the lake in indiana looking across to chicago, obviously a larger base -- >> those are cumulus nimbus. >> this is a different -- >> dan, let her speak. >> pretty sunset. i just got the okay in my ear. >> yeah, we all heard that. >> keep it going, guys. >> all right, well, moving on, we know her to be regal, conservative and above all always one to follow protocol. so it's pretty fair to say that the queen of england would be the last person in the world you would think would crash a wedding. >> but she did just that when she and her husband prince philip stunned a bride and groom by dropping in on their big day. even posing for pictures. with the happy couple. how is that for a wedding album? abc's nick schifrin all over this story. ♪ >> reporter: her majesty the crasher. frances and john canning had no idea their wedding would be graced by royalty. that's them in their receiving line. but instead of greeting an endless line of relatives, they curtsy and bow for the two royal guests. >> she knew our names. it was a bit, you know, scary, but it was lovely. she was so nice. she's grac
like this behind. these are pictures of tornadoes, aftermath, just weeks ago in indiana, ripping apart homes, cars and families. now the national weather service is employing new technology that could protect us from the wrath of tornadoes. elizabeth prann is live in ohio. >> reporter: hi. with more than 1700 tornadoes touching down last year alone, many forecasters say the new dual polarization technology upgrade is a very welcome tool. >> oh, my god! back up. >> reporter: frightening pictures and eerie sounds have become all too familiar. tornadoes shredding everything in their path. >> at this point, we had a tornado warning out. >> reporter: on march 2, the national weather service in huntsville, alabama, issued warnings as twisters ripped through the area. thanks to a new technology called dual polarization, forecasters could better see radar signatures of actual tornado debris. this green spot shows parts of buildings and trees tossed around. >> we wanted to make sure we were saying, okay, at this point, a tornado is on the ground, possibly a strong tornado, given this type of de
richmond, indiana, the corporation for public broadcasting has reached perverse communities in created a dialogue to engage communities. pat and max miller are working together. in addition to brian gallagher's announcement, united way and big brother, big sisters are taking their partnership a step further to accelerate their progress. finally, rounding out the beginning with leadership from one of the more significant companies, at&t, we will hear from beth shiroishi showing the power of the business community to strengthen education. please welcome the ceo of the corporation for public broadcasting, pat harrison. >> i want to thank bob and bridge for all they are doing. it is great to meet so many people who are concerned about america's young people and our working to improve it. as alma powell says in the report, we cannot afford excuses. america is one of the most effective and largest partnerships increasing champions for the nation's children and champions never make excuses. their work toward a mission, every single day. our kids really need these champions. we should think of
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